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2-25-2010 @ 7:29PM
Some minor details. Inner fire is no longer dispellable. It is actually pretty good against melee, especially when glyphed.The cooldown on Psychic scream is affected by PVP gloves, and can also be talented down. It is not one of the best PVP peels, since it has a cooldown and is trinketable and dispellable. It is aoe, but also subject to the hit stat.Renew is good, but not the best. You'll see a whole lot more Prayers of Mending before you see Renews, although they go together. Careful about DOTing the entire team if there's a Priest around because you'll be helping them transfer Prayer of Mending.Priests also have no way to dispel poisons or curses. If you have access to those debuffs, you will have a better time against Priests than other classes.Priests can also go on the offensive with their Holy school using penance, smite and holy fire, and if properly talented and glyphed, they can be moderately dangerous. The dots aren't too exciting without shadow talents, but they are there and they do hurt.PW:Shield most likely will have no cooldown if the Priest is Discipline because of Soul Warding, however it will still be subject to Weakened Soul.Pain suppression can also be glyphed to be castable while stunned. Might want to watch for that if you're a stunning type of class.If you can dispel, and time your damage for when the Priest has weakened soul on themselves, you should do well.
2-25-2010 @ 11:12PM
Thanks for reminding me! Inner Fire was changed to a physical effect in the same patch as mage armors, right? Let me correct that.
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